So many discoveries happen in the garden…
A recent encounter with bias, stereotype, and prejudice caused disruptions of grave magnitude, which challenged my belief and personal and professional expectations of the health services. Circumstances directly impacted by covid led to a long distance relationship with my husband. We had planned on him relocating with me in upcoming months; however my husband beganContinue reading “The Personal Side of Bias, Prejudice, and Oppression”
My identity as a Puerto Rican woman has great meaning for me. We are a mix of people that is a product of its history. From the native Taino tribes, the Spaniards, African, and to the more recent American influences on the island, every part of the island contains its own richness and culturalContinue reading “Family Culture”
Nutrition has been at the center of much research. It has been linked to future ailments, neonatal deficiencies (Fall, 2013), cognitive function, behavioral issues, physical developmental wellness, and emotional stress (Martins, et al., 2011; Schoemaker, et al., 2015; World health Organization, 2020), not to leave behind the chronic stress that food insecurities can express (Black,Continue reading “Thinking of Research”
Scrolling through the Child Research Net website, I came across a topic that I wrote about years ago; early childhood and media usage. In light of the current usage of media in early childhood due to remote or hybrid learning, I thought it might be worth a look. This symposium provided an opportunity for researchersContinue reading “Issues around the World”
Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder that has come to be understood in terms of behavioral difficulties with social communication, social interaction, and activities, apparent restricted and repetitive patterns in behaviors, and interests (Weiss, Baker & Butler, 2016). What is interesting about this diagnosis is that it has changed in name, and classification through the progressContinue reading “Technology and Research”
As many of you already know, Gremi’s Garden is not just a title, but an idea that I can make a contribution to the wellness and development of early childhood through gardening. In perusing through the recommended website in our book the National Library of Medicine (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/pubmed_tutorial/ m1001.html), there was a particular element of surpriseContinue reading “Brainstorming the Topic of Interest”
In reading and getting more familiar with the international early childhood field the sense of community becomes more apparent. As a consequence I have become far more knowledgeable about issues and trends in other parts of the world, and what different organizations are doing to tackle the challenges in the different communities. To piggyback onContinue reading “Consequences of Knowledge”
I have considered myself as being quite fortunate, even though life has presented many challenges. In becoming a grandparent, I knew that I needed to protect them, nurture, care for, and teach them, but I was not sure how. To my surprise, I didn’t need to know, it was them who taught me what IContinue reading “Professional Goals , hopes and dreams”
Thinking back on my lifelong goals, and the early childhood studies, I was prompted to stop for a moment to see if my goals and purpose for my blog were in sync. In pondering the effectiveness of Gremi’s Garden Blog, I wondered if this was applicable to the current course of study. The answer wasContinue reading “Sharing Resources”
In an interview with Meridas Yora, founder of an institution for Islamic education, also Director of 3 boarding schools established to house orphan children of conflict and more than 120, 000 orphan children as a result of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, speaks about the holistic approach that has made a difference inContinue reading “Expanding Horizons”
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